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Adansi Asokwa : SETEKE D/A PRIMARY SCHOOL CRY FOR SUPPORT OVER MUD CLASSROOM BLOCK






Education,it is said reduces inequalities can break the cycle of poverty, Foster tolerance reach gender equality and empower people to live More healthy lives and attain more productive livelihood.
Therefore Seteke D/A Primary school in the Adansi Aboabo No2 in the Ashanti Region region are appealing for support over the learn in mud classroom popularly known as”Ata kwame” is affecting teaching and learning in the schools.





In an interview with the Newsmen, the residents revealed that the mud classroom block which was constructed over years has not seen any renovation yet.
“The roofs leak badly and have caused severe damage to the ceilings leaving the classrooms flooded anytime it rains with lessons suspended for the day.”





According to the residents,they stated emphatically that the school have been abandon by government and their member of parliament Hon K.T Hammond after many promises made to them.









They stressed that “the school has written to the district assembly as well as the Member of Parliament for the area, Hon K.T Hammond about the situation but no help is avail.





Therefore ,Staffs,
pupil’s and residents of Seteke D/A Primary school are calling on the government, NGO, District Assembly and philanthropist to come to their aid as an urgent call.






The residents used the opportunity to reply the Member of parliament for Assin central constituency Hon Kennedy Agyapong over the recent comments he made that their MP Hon K.T Hammond deserves another term in office to continue his gargantuan developmental projects in the area which the residents is saying that Hon K.T Hammond has Not done anything good for them to give him another term in office to serve them as their member of parliament.





Mud classroom block

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